Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Nun"

The meaning of "Nun" in various phrases and sentences

Q: O que significa a nun and all ?
A:

As in, "she was a nun and all"?

It's an idiomatic way of saying "She is a nun, and everything that goes along with that title is applicable to her"

This is a good example of why you get better answers if you provide more context
Q: O que significa You ain't gone say nun?
A: This is just slang some people use for “You aren’t going to say anything ” It has a lot of errors so it’s not proper English but it is used frequently. Some people use slang like “you ain’t gonna say nothin“ usually it’s said in here (America)
Q: O que significa Ain’t nun that you gon ever have to worry about?
A: It means that whoever the speaker is talking to doesn’t have to worry about anything, there’s nothing that they’re ever gonna have to worry about.
Q: O que significa nun chillin wbu?
A: Nothing, just chilling. What about you?
Q: O que significa Didn't the nuns raise a brave girl. ?
A: The sentence is in the form of a question, that is why "didn't" is at the front of the sentence. However, he doesn't really want an answer to the question; he is saying it to help make a point.

Example sentences using "Nun"

Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com nun.
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Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com nun.
A: Monja My cousin is a nun

Synonyms of "Nun" and their differences

Q: Qual é a diferença entre nun e abbess ?
A: A nun is basically the female version of a monk. She takes vows to serve God and abstain from worldly possessions and relationships.

Translations of "Nun"

Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? good after nun
A: Good afternoon!
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? lost like a nun in a honeymoon
A: Haha! I've never heard of it. It's funny. It's an idiom so the translation is not literal.

They probably felt out of place (awkwardly), like a fish out of water.

Hope this helps

Other questions about "Nun"

Q: "Those nuns have commited to a suicide attack."
What does this mean?
Is this the same as “Those nuns have commited themselves to…" and "Those nuns are commited to…"?
A: Yes, it is the same as "commited themselves to", meaning that they have made a decision that they will carry out for certain
Q: As lost as a nun on a honeymoon. soa natural?
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Q: lost like a nun in a honeymoon soa natural?
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